15 October, 2015

Nature Middle East features coral research of the region

Corals of the region - the Red Sea and the Persian/Arabian Gulf - provide a model for adaptation to extreme environment. Have a read how coral reef research efforts in the region​ use these organisms to tackle questions on climate change induced problems for corals worldwide.​

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15 October, 2015

Deep-sea corals in the Red Sea: reservoirs of hope

Nature Middle East reports on our recent finding of Deep Sea corals in the unusual warm depth of the Red Sea. Stop and have a read why this finding may give hope for ccorals facing climate change.

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13 October, 2015

Coral disease survey in the Red Sea

Together with Greta Aeby from the University Hawaii we have started a coral disease survey in the Red Sea

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15 September, 2015

The ReFuGe 2020 Consortium outlines a genomics framework to assess adaptability and resilience of coral holobionts

In our latest publication the ReFuGe 2020 Consortium outlines a genomics framework to assess adaptability and resilience of coral holobionts.​

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13 September, 2015

KAUST features our Aiptaisia study

​KAUST is featuring our Aiptasia story. Have a look!​​​

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11 September, 2015

New study on the metatranscriptomic response of the coral holobiont to White Plague Disease published.

We assessed the transcriptomic response of Orbicella faveolata collected at reef sites off Puerto Rico​ to White Plague disease.

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31 August, 2015

Aiptasia - the answer to many coral related questions? Check out our latest publication!

Assessing the symbiosis between coral host and algal symbiont in corals is difficult. The small sea anemone Aiptasia provides an experimentally tractable model system to elucidate the molecular and cellular biology underlying the symbiosis and its susceptibility or resilience to stress.

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10 August, 2015

Tired of reading? Just watch and learn...

Check out our video explaining the latest publication from Rädecker et al.

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09 August, 2015

On the cover - Trends in Microbiology!

Check out the cover story and picture in the latest issue of Trends in Microbiology!

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06 August, 2015

New paper on corals and their symbionts - does it help to be picky? Enjoy the read!

Choosing a partner in non-ideal environments - different startegies in the host-symbiont association influences Red Sea corals ability to adapt to niche habitats. ​

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30 June, 2015

Sharks and whales - so happy together

Wanna see sharks and whales together in one dive? Maybe you are lucky in the Red Sea.​

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26 June, 2015

Mideast Coral Reef Society features research from our lab

The current Mideast Coral Reef Society newsletter (July 2015) is featuring some of our research. Check it out :)

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25 June, 2015

Have a rest, have a read!

Our collaborators from the Oregon State University published a fascinating article about coral reefs, their struggle caused by anthropogenic activities, and the scientific work in this beautiful environment.

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23 June, 2015

Welcome Shobhit, Francesca, and Lojain

We welcome Shobhit, Franscesca, and Lojain in our lab

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11 June, 2015

Welcome Hanover and Danielle

We welcome Hanover and Danielle in our lab

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04 June, 2015

New publication on bicarbonate transporter in corals is out

We published a new open access paper on bicarbonate transporter in corals. Check it out!

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28 May, 2015

New paper on microbiome structure of the fungid coral Ctenactis echinata out

Our new paper on microbiome structure of the fungid coral Ctenactis echinata in relation to their environmental settings has been published

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18 May, 2015

Article about (and from) Claudia and her work at KAUST published

Claudia wrote and published an article about her work at KAUST. Check it out :)

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15 May, 2015

HIV research featured in the KAUST beacon

HIV research featured in the KAUST beacon​​

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14 April, 2015

Aubrie defended her PhD. Congratulations!

We are proud to announce that Aubrie defended her PhD! Congrats!

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